Team PSE’s Chris Perkins Falls One Arrow Short of $1 Million

It was a huge weekend for Team PSE and shooter Chris Perkins, with Chris taking the top spot at the 2015 NFAA Dakota Classic in Yankton, SD. Chris was the first shooter in the field to shoot an entire round with a 600, and he also managed to break an event record, shooting an incredible 1199 out of 22043031200.

The NFAA Dakota Classic was the third leg of the Three Star Tour, with Chris’ performance on the tour placing him among seven shooters in the running for a one million dollar prize. Unfortunately, Chris didn’t take the million, missing the cash prize with an arrow that landed just barely outside the ten ring, which was his only miss for the entire tour.

He may not have won the million dollars, but Chris came up huge with another great win for both him and for Team PSE.

More at:

Liked it? Take a second to support Team Bad Poncho on Patreon!
Team Bad Poncho
Bad Poncho Outdoors is your source for all the information you need to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether your on the water or in the woods BPO has the know-how to help you succeed.

Check Also

Win a South African Dream Hunt from TenPoint

Industry leading TenPoint Crossbow Technologies┬« is proud to partner with Global Sporting Safaris, Inc. this …

%d bloggers like this: